A few months ago we started a sympathetic restoration, on a classic ONCE LOOK KG 171 Edition TdF rosé. Carbon technology has moved forward at such a massive speed, the aluminum lugged carbon frame is very much of the older manufacturing school. Four repairs to very thick, rather rigid carbon tubes and a fair amount of re bonding will bring it back from the scrapheap. This frame is number 164 of about 200 ever made. Looking forward to seeing this bike back on the road.
Can a loose bottom bracket shell be repaired? In most cases yes, press fit or threaded bottom brackets, we can fix them. So instead of getting rid of your carbon bike with a wobbly BB, bring it in so we can bring it back to it’s former glory.
Can you extend an integrated seatpost? One of our customers bought a Bianchi time trial bike that was previously owned by someone a little smaller. To make his setup correct, we added another 70 mm to the seatpost.
This is a cost effective alternative to getting an entirely new frame or bicycle.
We got a Bianchi mountain bike in a couple of weeks ago, with a few small fractures and badly chipped paint. A couple of days of carbon repair and paint then hey presto, bike is reborn as a stunner. The customer was so happy we got another 5 star google review.
We recently repaired and resprayed a Santa Cruz for a customer, it turned out quite dramatic to say the least. He is very happy with it, many happy miles.
The Pinarello Dogma has been built up, to say we have a happy customer is a bit of an understatement. Many happy miles.
So the TREK is moving along nicely, got rolling chassis going to get an idea of how its going to look.
Time waits for no man, neither does the 94.7 start date. The Trek Project 6 has had some spectacular paint added, just a few details to sort then we can build her up. Very excited to finish this project off and be on the start line.
The Trek Domane Project 6 is well on its way to paint, first coats done and some exciting colour options on the way. Pink and blue inspiration just a teaser of the whats to come.